Google is launching a new set of training sessions that may help schools to take advantage of its search engine optimisation apps.

The brand explains that educational establishments in Colorado and Iowa are joining those in Oregon that have already signed up to its Google Apps for Education.

These are now available to more than 3,000 schools in the states and will enable them to save money as well as make use of centralised resources.

Brent Siegrist, director of Iowa Area Education Agencies Services, said: "As a former teacher, I can see how these tools will engage students, make the classroom a more vibrant place and allow teachers to work together more collaboratively."

Some of the Google Apps that will now be available in classrooms include Gmail, Docs, Sites, Groups, Calendar and Video.

Earlier this month, Google announced the full rollout of its click-to-call feature for mobile search ads and apps.

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